An Unknown Lover

An Unknown Lover

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An Unknown Lover by Mrs George de Horne Vaizey

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1913

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An Unknown Lover

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oice was very real, but her brother refused to treat it seriously.

He shrugged his shoulders, and smiled an easy smile.

"Oh, I should rub along. I might get in a working housekeeper, or I could take a room in town. I might work better for a change of scene. If you would like to go--"

"I shouldn't like anything which left you alone. It would not be worth going for less than six months, and I couldn't possibly do that. I am of some use to you, Martin!"

This time the appeal was too direct to be ignored and the response came readily enough.

"A very great deal. You have managed admirably, but it is possible to be too unselfish. If you would like a change--"

Katrine drew in her breath with a sharp inhalation. "Like it!" like to spend months with Dorothea and Jack Middleton! Like to have the experiences of that thrilling voyage, past the Bay, past Gib., along the Mediterranean, through the Canal to the glowing East! Like to see India, with

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It is a useful and an amazing book to read. Many people sacrifice their happiness for the sake of the others when finally discover their sacrifice has not brought happiness to their beloved ones. A story of love , understanding with a very lofty, well-written, expressive language.